'Sympathy, Said the Shark' Film Flips the Camera Around

'Sympathy, Said the Shark' Film Flips the Camera Around
'Sympathy, Said the Shark' Film Flips the Camera Around

'Sympathy, Said the Shark' Film Flips the Camera Around

There are so many films that only give us one point of view: the protagonist’s. And in a thriller that can make it easy to pick the villain and the hero. But the indie film 'Sympathy, Said the Shark' flips the camera around--literally. The audience sees the action unfold from every character’s point of view. It’s playing tonight at Chicago’s Facets Multimedia. The film's writer and director, David Lawrence, as well as co-producer (and Chicago-native) Casey Morris joined us to discuss their work.